Depending on the version of OS you may need to run ./installserver twice or if you are using SELinux, you will need to temporarily disable it.
There are extra steps that need to be taken when installing using the -legacy option
- You are running SELinux:
1. Temporarily disable SELinux.
2. Run this as root: #> echo 0 > /selinux/enforce.
3. Then you should be able to run the installer without issue.
4. To re-enable selinux, run this: #>echo 1 > /selinux/enforce.
- When running another OS you will have to run the ./installserver twice. The first one will extract the files and second ./installserver will brand the files:
1. ./installserver -legacy or ./installserver -console -acceptlicense=yes -legacy -P
2. Go to the directory called SERVER.
3. Make sure you are user root.
4. Run ./installserver and this will brand the files.
After running the above steps you will be able to proceed as usual.